Two variants of the Nokia Lumia 1320 sequel visit the FCC

Two variants of the Nokia Lumia 1320 sequel visit the FCC
On Saturday, we told you about the sequel to the Nokia Lumia 1320 phablet. The biggest improvement will be seen in the back and front-facing cameras. The camera on back will get a bump from 5MP to 14MP, and the snapper up front will go from 1.2MP to a "selfie" qualifying 5MP. Other changes will include upgraded silicon under the hood.

Two variants of the Nokia Lumia 1320 sequel have paid a visit to the FCC, RM-1066 and RM-1067. The former is a single SIM device while the latter offers support for dual SIM cards. The FCC documentation also revealed that the sequel to the Lumia 1320 phablet will feature wireless charging through the use of the CC-3090 Optional Wireless Charging back cover. And a new battery, BV-T4B, will provide power to the phone.

As we pointed out the other day, Windows Phone cross promotion network AdDuplex has found four other variants of the new phablet. Those model numbers include RM-1062, RM-1063, RM-1064 and RM-1065. The FCC documentation makes references to tests done with the RM-1062. We could see the phone introduced this March at MWC.

source: FCC via NPU, WMPoweruser

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Lumia 1320
  • Display 6.0 inches
    1280 x 720 pixels
  • Camera 5 MP (Single camera)
    0.3 MP VGA front
  • Hardware Qualcomm Snapdragon S4, 1GB RAM
  • Storage 8GB, microSDXC
  • Battery 3400 mAh
  • OS Windows Phone 8



8. 7thspaceman

Posts: 1597; Member since: Feb 14, 2011

I think That microsoft still has got to do a better job of advertising Windows smart phones more and more apps are coming to this smart phone eco system. It's the third ECO system out there and growing. Windows smart phones are more popular overseas then in America or china. Windows 10's "Universal apps" will as time goes onward will add lots of Apps to Windows Apps store giving Windows smart potent new capabilities

11. tigermcm

Posts: 861; Member since: Sep 02, 2009

exactly, i would REALLY more than anything like Joe to tweet why WP isnt advertised instead of oh the Icon/930 wont receive denim yet.....

14. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

My 930 has denim

13. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

not just apps, but app builders will now have one tool to dev for millions hundreds of millions of PCs (if they upgrade) and the phone all in one tool and not have to worry about 2 platforms for one device, it will simply work on both. That is gonna be huge and i hope devs use it.

2. Hashed unregistered

16 GB of native storage,Sd card support, and a HD screen, that's all what's required to draw my wallet or of my pocket. In Nokia (Microsoft) we trust.

3. Martin_Cooper

Posts: 1774; Member since: Jul 30, 2013

Said no one ever. Well the 3% does and 2% by next year. And since MS doesnt give a f**k about WP8 probably 0% in 2-3 years.

4. ManusImperceptus

Posts: 724; Member since: Jun 10, 2014

Redundant comment...

5. jojon

Posts: 438; Member since: Feb 11, 2014

and you thought of that all by yourself..?

6. lalalaman

Posts: 638; Member since: Aug 19, 2013

wait for windows 10 and ull see where it goes :D

7. tigermcm

Posts: 861; Member since: Sep 02, 2009

WP user here however i do have to say wait for WPXXX is starting to become a really sad statement

9. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

While wait is true, the reality is that there is not much missing other than 'app' count. Seriously, I was surprised to find out that I had 145 installed apps on my 925 (mainly due to tech support). But out of all those, know how many I truly use? Know how many apps droid users, truly use? We need the games, just like how pc dominates mac because of games, we need games and good games to boot. With 8.1, and soon to be 10, it will all be a matter of opinion. This happened today during a in-store checkup. Customer was looking for a device and saw me and another co-worker talking about android vs wp, they were a ios user. They were the proud owner of a s5. The first test camera, 930. Then was directional video recording, 930. 4k went to the s5, but when you have a 5min or so limit, whats the point. Especially when I just shot a 15min 1080 5.1 recording of a childs recital. Then we went on to smoothness, 930. UI was a non factor as the guy onlooking was a ios user. The best part, is when he pulled the, I can root my device, and to prove his point, went to a website to download an apk and show how he can install any app. When the device required a reboot after app install, and the s5 rebooted, he was the proud owner of a FBI You have child porn virus from said apk. We both laughed as he had to master reset (safe mode did not remove virus). Other than root, he had 1 work app, that was needed on droid that the wp did not have or could not do via the web. So I don't think it is no longer a matter of wait, it is now simply market share and being accepted by people who are very stuck in the ios droid sphere but not sure why they are 'stuck'.

10. tigermcm

Posts: 861; Member since: Sep 02, 2009

the only reason i say that is because it was said wait for 7.5, wait for 8, wait for about we just wait until actions speak louder than words. prob is MS will more than likely advertise W10 and spit on WP10. again I've been with windows since winmobile days

12. elitewolverine

Posts: 5192; Member since: Oct 28, 2013

Oh i agree, right now the only thing hurting is apps. Other than app count i wouldnt see a reason to choose an s5 over a 930, unless rooting was your thing or you absolutely had to customize the UI. And that is subjective cause i dont find many ui or icon packs that make me want to truly keep them. Plus i really do enjoy tiles. Right now with 8.1 the OS for the every day user is just as capable, so i dont think it is not longer a 'just wait'. For me the just wait is now for developers to start with windows phone too. and with 10 being universal, every dev is gonna want 1 billion devices at bay with win10 pcs and then the smaller count of wp.

1. vishalvenky

Posts: 79; Member since: Feb 12, 2012

1320 is a good phone but I'd prefer waiting for its high-end variant(1520) successor.

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